📱Emojis in your phone, what do they mean? Japanese emojis (part 3)📱

Part 1 here and Part 2 here!

These emojis can be found in iPhones but even if you don’t use one, you will still be able to see the emojis.

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This is the character for month or moon. For this, it just means something is monthly like a paycheck, for example.


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This just means that something is in buisness as the kanji, 営, just means in buisness.



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This means to apply or to anounce. 申, you would use when you appply for a job, for instance.


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This you read as 無 (mu, bu or nai). Means something or someone is not there, absent. So you would use this when there is no english menu at a store, this character will be there.


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This one is the opposite of 無. It means there is something or someone. You read it as yu or aru.



I personally dont use these and have never met anyone that does but you could try! It is a good way of implementing Japanese into everyday conversations somehow.

Did you or would you use these?



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